|Giorgio Agamben - Che cos'Ã¨ un movimento - untori.noblogs.org|
lecture of the italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben
Keywords: Giorgio; Agamben; philosophy
|De la liturgie a la performance - fabiane borges|
Giorgio Agamben talks about liturgy and performance - liturgy without God - Contemporary art as one of the effects of ontological transformations of the last centuries
Keywords: giorgio; agamben; performance; fine art; contemporary art
|Cary Wolfe: Biopolitics of Animal Bodies - Timothy Morton|
A talk by Cary Wolfe at SLSA, Milwaukee, 2012.
Keywords: Cary Wolfe; biopolitics; Derrida; Agamben; Esposito; Foucault; animals; rights; ecology
|Jennifer González - Skin Play: Visual Ethics and ''Race'' in Digital Art - Berkeley Center for New Media|
Even if "race" is a scientifically empty concept, ethnic differences and body type still play a significant role in the social and economic politics of our time. How have digital artists tried to work through the visual politics of racial identities? What is at stake in the "skin play" available to those who inhabit artificial worlds? How do such representations imply a certain ethics of social relation? In the 2009 essay "The Face and The Public: Race, Secrecy and Digital Art Practice " some of...
Keywords: new media; race; new media art; art history; Jennifer González; Georgio Agamben; Emannual Levinas; Nancy Burson; Keith Obadike; Human Race Machine; Mark Hansen; Second Life
|Toy Stories: Vita Nuda Then and Now? - Kathleen Biddick (Temple University, Philadelphia, PA); Eileen Joy (Southern Illinois Univ. Edwardsville); Anna Klosowska (Miami University, Ohio)|
Featured talk by Kathleen Biddick, with a joint response from Eileen Joy and Anna Klosowska, at "Speculative Medievalisms: A Laboratory-Atelier," a 1-day symposium held at The Anatomy Theater, King's College London, 14 January 2011 [organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies @ King's College London, and the Petropunk Collective].
Keywords: biopower; medieval biohistory; political theology; Lanfranc of Bec (c. 1005-1089); Berengar of Tours (c. 999-1088); Ernst Kantorowicz; Foucault; Agamben; Roberto Esposito
|The Art Monthly Show on Resonance FM, June 11, 2010 - Art Monthly on Resonance FM|
This month the Art Monthly show's host Matt Hale is joined by artist and critic Dean Kenning and poet and critic Cherry Smyth. Dean Kenning's feature for Art Monthly discusses relational, collaborative artwork in the public realm. In particular a project by David Collins and Emma Hart in Morpeth School, Bethnal Green. Dean Kenning is joined by Cherry Smyth who reviews Rachel Harrison's exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery.
Keywords: resonance fm; whitechapel gallery; whitechapel art gallery; london; rachel harrison; art monthly; gertrude stein; Composition as Explanation; Marilyn with Wall; Haycation; relational aesthetics; competitive individualism; soviet system; liam gillick; artist boss; miwon kwon; david collins; emma hart; art in schools; Jean-Luc Nancy; Georgio Agamben; Hannah Arendt; Beagles & Ramsay; We Are The People â Suck On This; mierles laderman ukeles; sanitation project; art in prisons; matt hale; Morpeth School; Bethnal Green; portman gallery; Paulo Virno; dean kennings; cherry smyth